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don't think restricting, you know, people's second amendment rights would be the solution here. >> cbs news has learned the white house is looking at several new laws including reinstating the assault weapons ban that expired in 2004. >> we're not going to get caught up in the notion unless we can do everything, we're going to do nothing. it's critically important we act. >> today the vice president meets with representatives of guns owners groups including the national rifle association. >> i don't want any part of my freedom taken away, the freedom to own whatever firearm i choose, how many rounds i want to keep, it's my freedom. >> vice president biden believes new laws can make it through congress because the massacre in newtown, connecticut, changed the political land c.a.p.e. here in washington. >> it's touched the heart of the american people so profound ly s we learned of the young children not only getting shot but riddled with bullets. >> still, skeptics like the folks aet sharp shooters say new laws won't prevent criminals from getting their hands on weapons. but the vice pr
stretched to their limits. dr. paul biddinger of massachusetts general says people who don't need emergency care are flooding hospitals. >> if you're having shortness of breath, if you have some underlying illness that's being made much more severe, come into the hospital. many people can be managed at home, again taking fluids, drinking as much as they can of clear liquids, ibuprofen, and tylenol rsh patients who got here are glad they got here before the vaccine ran out and the flu set in. >>> president obama meets afghan president hamid karzai this morning at the white house. the role with the u.s. and afghanistan will likely be the agenda. last night he met with secretary of state hillary clinton. earlier he met with leon panetta. he says it's advanced to the last chapter of the war and he and karzai had made very good progress on key issues. >>> reaction to jack lew's nomination is predictably falling along party lines. most agree lew will be confirmed by the senate. president obama officially nominated him yesterday. he's currently chief of staff. he said he trust lew's friendship and
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the beltway. >> i don't think restricting, you know, people's second amendment rights would be the solution here. >> cbs news has learned the white house is looking at several new laws including reinstating the assault weapons ban that expired in 2004. >> we are not going to get caught up in the notion unless we can do everything, we're going to do nothing. it's critically important we act. >> today the vice president meets with representatives of gun owners groups including the national rifle association. >> i don't want any part of my freedom taken away, the freedom to own whatever firearm i choose, however many rounds i want to keep, it's my freedom. >> vice president biden says he believes new laws can make it through congress because the massacre in newtown, connecticut, changed the political landscape here in washington. >> it's touched the hearts of the american people so profoundly as we learned of the young children not only getting shot but riddled with bullets. >> still, skeptics like the folks aet sharp shooters say new laws won't pr
, and we're not at the peak yet, i don't believe. >> reporter: overnight hospitals in and around chicago had to turn patients away. part of the problem, a strain of the flu that's not included in the latest strain of vaccines. >> it's not unusual for new or additional strains popping up during the season. so at the moment we have kind of we might call it a rogue virus out there causing about 10% of the cases. >> reporter: this is lehigh valley hospital in allen town pennsylvania where they've set up tents to handle an increase in flu patients. cheryl palm is a nurse here. she also just found out she has the flu. >> this is the worst. this is the worst. and i did get flu shot. >> reporter: even if you got the flu shot you're still at risk. >> there are communities which will have earlier influenza, some will have more severe influenza influenza. it's not at all predictable. >> reporter: doctors suggest washing your hands often and getting the flu vaccine. ee necessary nez inez ferre, allen thanh, pennsylvania. view which >>> for the first time the obama administration s
is not good enough for dr. david agus of the usc cancer center. >> i don't want to put sour grapes on things, but to me it is not a reason to cheer. i look at two, three people a week and say i've got no more drugs to treat your cancer. i want dramatic effects where we can lower the incidence of cancer. >> reporter: the war on cancer has not gone nearly as well as the fight against other illnesses. the death rate from heart disease is down 68% over the last 30 years. but the overall cancer death rate has fallen 12%. dr. harold varmus, director of the national cancer institute, says cancer should stop being viewed as just one disease. >> we are dealing with many different diseases all of which are called cancer. they have commonalities. they also have differences. and being able to make progress against all is difficult. >> reporter: each has a blueprint. treatment relies on finding a specific drug to target cancer at an early stage. for example, since 1975 the death rate is down 71% for a type of leukemia because a new therapy was found. for colon cancer, it's down 44%
of neanderthal genetic contribution into people today? narrator: most of the genes they examine don't have any known function. but then the team finds something intriguing: neanderthal dna in locations fundamental to our immune system involving genes that are vital to our ability to fight off disease. these areas are called human leukocyte antigens, or hlas. they make the cells that attack viruses and bacteria. since neanderthals lived in ice age europe for hundreds of thousands of years, their immune systems must have been specially adapted to fight off the diseases there. this was something that modern humans, arriving from africa didn't have. our ancestors, when they came into the neanderthal range were, for the first time encountering this environment. our immune systems would not be adept at recognizing and fighting pathogens new to us. hawks: oh, it's absolutely a survival toolkit. hla types are important because they help our body resist disease. so it's very clear that one product of this interaction was the inheritance of immune system versions of genes. maybe they c
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